Tajikistan to support textile and clothing industry

Related Keywords: cotton fiber, denim pants, fabric manufacturing, fabrics and garments, hosiery, manufacture of garments and carpets, production of raw materials, sewing clothes, shoes, shorts, spinning, Textile and Clothing industry, textile exports, Textiles

Tajikistan
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Tajikistan is also successfully executing the International Trade Center (ITC) program, targeted at supporting the development of the textile and clothing industry and improving the quality management infrastructure. A complete production cycle was organized, including the production of raw materials, spinning, fabric manufacturing, and the manufacture of garments and carpets, in the middle of the last century. The main products are fabrics and garments made from them, denim pants, shorts, textiles, carpet and leather products.

Tajikistan is also successfully executing the International Trade Center (ITC) program, targeted at supporting the development of the textile and clothing industry and improving the quality management infrastructure. A complete production cycle was organized, including the production of raw materials, spinning, fabric manufacturing, and the manufacture of garments and carpets, in the middle of the last century. The main products are fabrics and garments made from them, denim pants, shorts, textiles, carpet and leather products.

https://www.azernews.az/region/138792.html
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New developments in Hong Kong to address daily textile waste

Related Keywords: cotton and wool, fabrics and garments, fibres, garment-to-garment recycling shop, Hong Kong Research Institute for Textiles and Apparel, Old clothing and textiles, plant’s recycling system, Spinning mill, textile recycling, textiles industry, yarn

Hong Kong
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Edwin Keh Yee-man, chief executive of the publicly funded Hong Kong Research Institute for Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA), which developed the plant’s recycling system, said the move would put the city’s textiles industry back on the map and boost the “made in Hong Kong” mark. He said that, "We could have opened (this mill) in China, 10 times its current size," Also,"But we decided to do it in Hong Kong to prove two things – that we can solve our local textile waste problem locally, and that in such a small, compact city, sustainable (textile recycling) is feasible."

Edwin Keh Yee-man, chief executive of the publicly funded Hong Kong Research Institute for Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA), which developed the plant’s recycling system, said the move would put the city’s textiles industry back on the map and boost the “made in Hong Kong” mark. He said that, "We could have opened (this mill) in China, 10 times its current size," Also,"But we decided to do it in Hong Kong to prove two things – that we can solve our local textile waste problem locally, and that in such a small, compact city, sustainable (textile recycling) is feasible."

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/2162591/back-future-new-textiles-recycling-plant-set-boost
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Global brands to have least effect due to hike in import duty

Related Keywords: Arvind, cotton, decentralise manufacturing, domestic manufacturers, fabrics and garments, global apparel brands, global fashion brands, Hiking of import duty on textile products, import duty hike, manufacturing of garments, Puma India, raw materials, sportswear, Textile, textile products

Mumbai
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Textile giant Arvind, is speeding up it’s efforts to localise end-to-end manufacturing of garments for global fashion brands. More than 80 per cent products of the brands that it sells are Made-in-India, so the impact of import duty hike will be marginal except in some areas. Addition to this the Ahmedabad headquartered company plans to open plants in Gujarat, Jharkand and Andhra Pradesh in a bid to cushion it’s verticalisation plans and decentralise manufacturing.

Textile giant Arvind, is speeding up it’s efforts to localise end-to-end manufacturing of garments for global fashion brands. More than 80 per cent products of the brands that it sells are Made-in-India, so the impact of import duty hike will be marginal except in some areas. Addition to this the Ahmedabad headquartered company plans to open plants in Gujarat, Jharkand and Andhra Pradesh in a bid to cushion it’s verticalisation plans and decentralise manufacturing.

http://www.dfupublications.com/news/hike-in-textile-import-duty-to-have-minimum-impact-on-global-brands/2599-hike-in-textile-import-duty-to-have-minimum-impact-on-global-brands
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Raymond to ramp up cotton fabric production capacity in next 3 yrs

Related Keywords: Diversified group Raymond, existing plant at Kolhapur, fabrics and garments, leading manufacturer and retailer, new plant at Amravati, ramp up cotton fabric production capacity, slowdown in export market, subdued domestic demand

Pune
Raymond to ramp up cotton fabric production capacity in next 3 yrs
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Diversified group Raymond, one of India’s leading manufacturer and retailer of fabrics and garments is planning to ramp up its cotton fabric production capacity, despite subdued domestic demand and slowdown in the export market. In the next three years, Raymond will increase its current manufacturing capacity from 21 million to 46 million metres annually, through a new plant at Amravati and its existing plant at Kolhapur.

Diversified group Raymond, one of India’s leading manufacturer and retailer of fabrics and garments is planning to ramp up its cotton fabric production capacity, despite subdued domestic demand and slowdown in the export market. In the next three years, Raymond will increase its current manufacturing capacity from 21 million to 46 million metres annually, through a new plant at Amravati and its existing plant at Kolhapur.

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World Textile Group plans to set up warehouse to explore Indian market

Related Keywords: brand Dunkelvolk, Changzhou based World textile group, explore Indian market, export and retail, fabrics and garments, India fastest growing market, manufacturer of synthetic fabrics, plan to set up bonded warehouse, set up a manufacturing unit, strong supply base

Bengaluru
World Textile Group plans to set up warehouse to explore Indian market
Summary: 
After China, India is the fastest growing market in terms of export and retail. With labour cost in China going higher, many customers worldwide are looking at Indian sources. Changzhou-based World Textile Group, manufacturers of synthetic fabrics with their strong supply base in fabrics and garments, besides owning a brand, their next step is to move to the Indian market.

After China, India is the fastest growing market in terms of export and retail. With labour cost in China going higher, many customers worldwide are looking at Indian sources. Changzhou-based World Textile Group, manufacturers of synthetic fabrics with their strong supply base in fabrics and garments, besides owning a brand, their next step is to move to the Indian market.

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/465191/world-textile-group-explore-indian.html\
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